01 Oct 21
To tie in with the release of No Time To Die, the team at Cinema City, Norwich are raising money for our charity partner Refuge. The team have acquired an Aston Martin DB5 that will be parked outside of the cinema for its opening week only. Not only is this the best-known set of wheels from James Bond films, first appearing in Goldfinger—there are currently only 302 DB5s in existence—this is the very car that was used in both Skyfall and Spectre!
This is a must for any James Bond fan! Dressing up encouraged. Join us in Cinema City, Norwich before the very last show on Thursday when it will bid farewell. For further dates when the car will be at Cinema City, Norwich please keep an eye out on their social media for any future visits.
There is a suggested donation of at least £5 in order to take a photo with the Aston Martin DB5.
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Our ongoing charity partner is Refuge. In 2019 we partnered with the longstanding UK charity which supports women and children against domestic violence. Through various fun and thoughtful ways, we are committed to raising £50,000 by the end of the year to help the charity change the lives of those needing safety and sanctuary. By reaching our target, we will provide the equivalent of 962 nights in a refuge.
Refuge are pioneers and opened the world's first refuge in Chiswick, West London, in 1971. Since then it has grown to become the country's largest single provider of support to women and children escaping the many forms of violence and abuse. Refuge provides emergency accommodation and community-based outreach services and operates a Freephone 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline, run in partnership with Women's Aid.
We're excited to be supporting Refuge through this ongoing partnership which will change the lives of many for years to come. Joining with us marks their biggest partnership yet, and we will raise the profile of their essential work across our growing family of nationwide cinemas.
For more information on Refuge or to access their services visit refuge.org.uk.
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